Just Washed In
“Viago logo existo” is a history of finding new ways of life, of self-questioning daily routine, of challenging new horizons…” A photographic and surfing adventure by Leonardo Spencer, featured on Surfline.
Marine mammals such as dolphins and porpoises rely on their hearing to navigate, communicate, and find food in the typically deep, dark, and murky waters they inhabit.
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck Saturday off the coast of Mexico in the Gulf of California, posing a risk of local tsunamis, US seismologists said.
Despite the police ban on the sand mining at Andhakaranazhi beach, local people are still illegally collecting sand from the beach, which is a famed tourist destination of Alappuzha.
The Māoris explained the presence of almost perfectly spherical boulders on Koekohe Beach, on the South island of New Zealand, as eel baskets washed up from an enormous, sunken canoe. But the science behind these up to three metres high perfectly rounded boulders rocks is much stranger.
Photographer illustrates the stunning range of colors and textures found along the shores of Anglesey, Wales.
Almost a year after Hurricane Sandy, parts of New York and New Jersey are still recovering from billions of dollars in flood damage. Tufts University geologist Andrew Kemp sees the possibility of damage from storms smaller than Sandy in the future.
Local fishermen called on officials to take serious action to halt the recurrent oil spills plaguing the Uran shoreline, because of the profound detrimental impacts they have on fishstocks, coastal ecosystems, fishermen and other communities that depend on the sea for their livelihood.
As climatic shocks worsen, disaster-affected populations will be driven deeper into poverty, exacerbating their vulnerability, in as soon as two decades – unless policymakers start to address the issue now.
The recent discovery of a monstrous fish off the Southern California coast has people buzzing. Photos of people holding a long piscine monster have spread around the Internet; there are of course many fake “big fish” photos floating around, but this one is not a Photoshop job, nor a hoax.